By Paul E.Hohman
Published: Feb. 20, 2014
Far, far away, in a Midwestern town in late winter, a wonderful event was happening in a small factory. As the cold wind blew across the flat, open land, a brand-new airplane named Tango was being fitted with its identification number plate. This was a big event for the little airplane because it was the final step before it was allowed to fly. This particular plane’s identification number, or ID for short, was 1228, its date of manufacture. The little plane was checked, inspected, and labeled as Airworthy. He was ready to take to the skies.
This is a very informative story about a small airplane that has several different owners in his long life as a plane owned by weekend flyers, pilots in training, new pilots and stunt pilots. Tango has the opportunity to see so many different areas of the country. He learns to appreciate all his different experiences.
The Tale of Tango was an enjoyable book for children and adults to enjoy together. There were alternating pages of pictures and text. The pages with text were full pages so they may be a bit daunting for newer readers.
There was a lot of interesting information about aviation for readers in the story. The explanations were simply given and easily understood. This is a great book for helping children learn more about flying and some of the vocabulary that goes along with it.
I thought that The Tale of Tango was an excellently written book for children and adults to share. I gave it a rating of 5 stars out of 5.
Thank you to the author who provided a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. A positive opinion is not required. All thoughts are my own.
About the Author:
Paul is a graduate from Clemson University in South Carolina with a Bachelors Degree of Science in Mechanical Engineering. He has gone on to acquire his Professional Engineering license. He is currently employed as a Mechanical Engineer / Designer in the commercial and industrial fields. He is an inventor, holding a registered patent with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. He is a pilot of general aviation aircraft and a fitness enthusiast. In his free time he can be found in his hometown of Greenville, SC. ‘The Tale of Tango' is Paul's first published book.